Alaska Travel

The Department of Homeland Security announced a timeline for the final phase of the Real ID Act Friday, and Alaska's deadline is January 2018.

Suzanna Caldwell
On the Dalton Highway, most conversations concern the Dalton Highway. Although there aren’t many people on the road, they inevitably talk about the road. Alan Feuer | The New York Times
Our family's outdoor ethos is simple: provide opportunity. Try everything. Be an ambassador. Share. Kids don’t need luxury to be happy, nor do they need to venture far from home. Setting the pace for outdoor adventures begins with a single step. Here are a few inspirations to jump-start your new year.Erin Kirkland

The Snow Goose Restaurant and Sleeping Lady Brewing Company is closing its doors after almost 20 years in business.

 

Suzanna Caldwell

Anchorage Museum staff members spent nearly two weeks preparing a new "Winter Up Here" atrium display for the holidays in early December 2015. 

Erik Hill

Anchorage Museum staff members spent nearly two weeks preparing a new "Winter Up Here" atrium display for the holidays in early December 2015. 

Erik Hill

For the first time, the Alaska Railroad has partnered with the Talkeetna Bachelor Society to have attendees of the annual Bachelor Auction & Ball share a car in the Aurora Winter Train on the way to the auction in Talkeetna. 

Tara Young

On the Dalton Highway, most conversations concern the Dalton Highway. Although there aren’t many people on the road, they inevitably talk about the road. 

Ben Huff
Alaskans remember William Seward as the secretary of state who bought Alaska for $7.2 million, but acquiring Russian claims to America's Northwest was only one of his many important achievements.Mike Dunham

Barrow slowly eases into winter as days become shorter and snow makes an appearance in late September. Here's a tour of the nation's northernmost town.

Erik Hill